Paul Du Noyer

Paul Du Noyer
Born (1954-05-21) 21 May 1954
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
Nationality English
Citizenship United Kingdom
Occupation rock critic, journalist, editor, author
Known for Founding editor of Mojo
Website
http://www.pauldunoyer.com/

Paul Du Noyer (born Paul Anthony Du Noyer; 21 May 1954) is an English rock journalist and author.[1][2] He was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, and educated at the London School of Economics. He has written and edited for NME, Q, and Mojo. Du Noyer is the author of several books on the music industry, rock musicians, London and on his hometown, Liverpool.[3][4]

He has been an associate editor at The Word magazine since 2002.[5]

Career

Du Noyer began his writing career in London after moving from Liverpool at aged eighteen. He was a freelance journalist from 1978 to 1980 and then worked as an assistant editor for NME before becoming a staff writer in 1980. At Q, he was assistant editor until 1990 and then served as editor before becoming founding editor for Mojo magazine, with an award for "Editor of the year" in 1994.[6] He left the magazine in 1995 but remains a contributing editor. He was editor director for Emap Digital Music from 1999 to 2001.

During his career as a rock journalist and editor, he has interviewed music artists such as David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison and Madonna. In 1997, he wrote We All Shine On, a book about the solo songs of John Lennon.[6]

Du Noyer, as an editorial consultant has worked for clients, Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono.[7]

Books and publications

  • The Story of Rock 'n' Roll (1995),
  • We All Shine On: The Stories Behind Every John Lennon Song (1997)
  • The Clash: Modern Icons (1998)
  • Marc Bolan (Virgin Modern Icons) (1999)
  • Liverpool: Wondrous Place (2002),
  • In The City: A Celebration of London Music (2010)
  • John Lennon: The Stories Behind Every Song 1970-1980 (2010)
  • Working Class Hero (2010)
  • Deaf School: The Non-Stop Pop Art Punk Rock Party (2013)

References

  1. ^ "Paul Du Noyer , Esq".  
  2. ^ "Sounds of the city".  
  3. ^ "From Tin Pan Alley to Tinchy Stryder".  
  4. ^ "Paul Du Noyer: Liverpool: Wondrous Place". drownedinsound.com. Retrieved 30 October 2011. 
  5. ^ "Word Podcast 188 - the Bowiecast".  
  6. ^ a b "Paul Du Noyer". us.macmillan.com. Retrieved 30 October 2011. 
  7. ^ "Paul Du Noyer". beatlesfestival.co.uk. Retrieved 30 October 2011. 

External links

  • Paul Du Noyer website
  • Interview: Paul Du Noyer
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